Monthly Archives: February 2007

Virtual PC 2007: Released, as free download

How cool is that – we’re releasing Virtual PC 2007 as a free download.  Why should you care?  Here’s the things I’ve found Virtual PC to be useful for: Putting a working server/client/multitier configuration on a laptop for demoing Testing/debugging setup … Continue reading

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Thanks for interviewing

I’m down in Provo finishing up the last few interviews of the two day trip and I just wanted to take a minute to thank everyone.  I love coming down here, meeting everyone and seeing the great students coming out of … Continue reading

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RegNamespace sample up on codeplex

Scott, Jerry, Thayn and I have whipped up a sample of indexing the registry, as well as a shell folder (namespace extension) for viewing it.  It’s great to be able to search the registry via the index and it’s great sample … Continue reading

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Windows Live ID Client SDK alpha release

On a recent post about BITSAdmin, someone commented on how you needed to be logged into passport to download certain things.  Well I noticed in Brian’s blog that there is now an alpha release of the live client SDK.  I … Continue reading

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